Vol. 10, issue 06, article # 10

pdf Desyatkov B. M., Borodulin A. I., Kotlyarova S. S. Determination of the aerosol particle flux emitted from the underlying surface by solving inverse problem of their dispersal in the atmosphere. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1997. V. 10. No. 06. P. 396-399.
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In this paper, the flux of aerosol particles from the underlying surface is estimated by solving the inverse problem of their dispersal in the atmosphere. The estimation method uses a conjugate equation of turbulent diffusion and the original model of aerosol dispersal in the boundary layer of the atmosphere. The results of the study of radionuclide lift by the wind in the Chernobyl accident zone and the measurement of the change of a weightless contaminants (methane) over a marsh are used as the initial data for practical examples. To reconstruct wind velocity profiles necessary for solving the turbulent diffusion equation, the data of standard meteorological observations were used.